I have been a fan of Cooler Master’s MasterCase series of cases since I first reviewed the MasterCase 5. MasterCase was sort of a reinvention of the CoolerMaster brand, they really went back to basics and built a case that catered to builders and enthusiasts. Since then all of the MasterCase cases were designed with similar elements that made building in them easy and trouble free. Today we have the latest addition to the MasterCase series, the MasterCase Pro 6. With the MasterCase Pro 6 Cooler Master is going for a subtle and sleek look. This look is achieved with the new discreet air vent design, which allows you to “pop-up” the top and front panels to allow for airflow in and out of the case. Being a builders case you have room inside for the latest hardware, plenty of cooling options including 3 included cooling fans, and a modular internal design. Let’s see what the MasterCase 6 is all about!
Special thanks to Cooler Master for providing us with the MasterCase Pro 6 Case to review.
The MasterCase Pro 6 comes in a very nice retail box. It is a full-color box, which is something you don’t typically see these days. On the front there is a couple photo of the case and it lets us know that the case does feature Cooler Master’s FreeForm Modular system.
On the back of the box there is an exploded view of the case showing off all of the individual parts.
On the side of the case you’ll find a full list of specifications.
Opening the box up we can see that everything inside is nicely packaged. Right at the top you’ll find your user’s guide. The case is protected by two large pieces of styrofoam, is wrapped in thick plastic, and the entire thing is in a large Cooler Master bag. This has to be the best case packaging we’ve seen in a while.